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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IL, TUESDAY, AUG. t, 1908.
NOW IN PROGRESS
N. S. Sachs
Dry Goods Co.
Volcano Trip and Jolly
Tho business men (if llllo gne (ho
visiting yachtsmen of tho Trans-Pa-clllc
racers and tho Honolulu jqcIiIb
men who took part In tho raco to llllo
a round of entertainment that was a
credit to llllo and will bo long remem
bcreil by the guests.
As soon as tho yachts nrrhcil In'
llllo the moil on board were notified
that they were InUted by the business
men of llllo to bo their guests for n
trip to tho Volcano and at a lunch to
bo ghen Saturday noon. Nothing was
too good for tho lsltuis and they bad
the best tho town afforded.
The Btnrt for tho Volcano was mado
on Friday aftemoqn, tho jachtsmcu
filling a car and making tho welkin
ring as they left tho depot, and all tho
way to tho Volcano llouso. At tho
Volcano House they wuro greeted
heartily by tho rotund mid nlwajs Jol
ly Demosthenes. Ills house was al
ready filled but ho has the happy fao
ulty for making loom for as man;
mora nnd making them nil happy. Thin
bo did for the )uchtsmcn.
Shortly after arrival, ho called them
to n dinner that was a Joy to tho hun
gry and a pleasure to tho epicure.
nogs legs and sucking pig, grown an
tho farm, aro delicacies which tho av-
trngo hungry wanderer does not ex
pect unless ho knows tho reputation
Demosthenes has bulldcd for the Vol
cano House. It was u great dinner,
though 'not unusual for the Volcano
Tho party reached the pit about it
o'clock. Tbcro they witnessed a dis
play of magnificent volcanic pyro
technics. It ts wonderful. Tho pit Is
within ono hundred and ninety feet of
tho top nnd tho cauldron in constant
action. For four or five hours they
sat by tho edge of tho pit and watched
the play of fountains nnd tlio curiosi
ties of tho )aa flows. From 12 to 1
o'clock was a period of great activity
and tweho fountains were playing at
Returning to tho Volcano House the
party found comfortable cots awaiting
them, and they caught a few hours
sleep before taking tbo early stago
back to llllo. ,
Lunch at Hllo.
Tho luncheon for tho visitors was
served at Demosthenes' cafo about 1
o'clock Saturday. Leading represen
tatives of Hllo's business community
wcra theio and a good share of tho
yachtsmen. Some unfortunately were
unable to bo present, Including Com
Tempt the maid by their attractive form and consum
ing flavor. The matron by the evidence of purity that ii
supplied by the makers. GUNTHER has made sweets for
two generations, and he knows how. Our stock arrived
The Palm Cafe
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We have some of the best turkeys ever sold in this
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P. E. R. Strauch
modorc Sinclair, who wont ocr Into
the I'una forests to see tho tic cutting
William McKay wng tho toastmnster
and general factotum of the occasion
and hnndled his duties In a finished
style, nnd a lgur of manner that left
no douht of his being for llllo first, last
and all the time.' After tho luncheon
bad boen discussed nnd tho churn
pngno began to Am, Mr. McKay called
on Commodore C T. Wilder of the
Hawaii Yacht Club. Tho Commodoro
was ghen a rousing reception and ac
quitted himself with credit. He
showed that the Club has not lost Its
none though Its first yacht did not at
first or In the second Instance strike
a winning gait. Lloyd Johnson re
sponded for the awendolyn, Bob Scott
for tho Knmehameha, Wm Stroud for
the Hawaii sailors, Tom King for the
aiadB, with Olllo Sorenson supple
menting his remarks with nu account
of how tho shrouds carried away In
the Hawaii channel. Cnpt I.cw Har
ris of tho Lady Maud m.idu u rattling
pood speech. Capt. Kle, the ownr;
of tho Maud, spoke for the ladles, Dan
Logan and W. H. Smith made sonio
good hits for tho I'ress nnd Mr. Mulr
told how tho raco should hao been
sailed and how Sinclair won
Then Dan Logan proposed a toast
to "Tho Dig Island and the Day of
Naples of tho Western Hemisphere,"
to which K. 13. Richards responded.
Illchnrdn brought down the house by
proposing that tho race from Honolulu
to Hllo be made an annual event, nnd
although Hllo had no ncht now and
might not have one, it would always
hnvo n great welcome for tho adits
nnd the yachtsmen.
C. C. Kennedy was railed upon ond
most cordially recehed Ho gave a
scry Interesting address of tho ad
vancement of Hllo, with which It ts
well known ho has been so Intimately
associated although he did not dwell
on his own work. He showed great
loyalty for nnd pride In Hllo.
Tho yachtsmen were nearly three
hours at the table, and tho fun and
set tous sido kept ever) one Interested.
At n moonllghf-conicrt this oven
Ing at Emma Square, commencing
nt 7:30 o clock, the Hawaiian band
will render the following program'
March "King IXadlum" (new) . .
Oxerturc "Ellin nnd Claudlo"..
llallad "Thoughts and Tears"..
Selection "Tnnnhnusor". . ..Wagner
Vocal Hawaiian Songs
arr. by llerger
"The Entrance of the Cortege"..
(n) Oriental Patrol "Hnllmar".
(b) Dance "The Derslshcs" (new)
Gulop "Light as a Feather". Nicolal
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